Jonathan Berschadsky is active in all aspects of the firm's patent practice, focusing particularly on patent prosecution and litigation matters related to electronics, computer software and hardware and e-commerce. Specific technologies he works with include Internet-related hardware and software, digital imaging devices, memory systems, Digital Television (ATSC/DTV), audio/video media recognition, network security, database technologies, automotive interior hardware and software, wireless and landline telephony, financial transaction systems, consumer electronics and methods of conducting business. Mr. Berschadsky is also a member of the firm's Website and Technology Committees and is Chair of the firm's Communications and Networks Industry Practice Group.
Mr. Berschadsky also conducts IP due diligence investigations in connection with mergers and acquisitions as well as for investors, and prepares opinions on issues of patent infringement, validity and enforceability. Mr. Berschadsky also advises clients on issues related to licensing, collaboration agreements, standards organizations and U.S. and International patent portfolio management.
Before going to law school, Mr. Berschadsky worked in the satellite communications industry, particularly on integrating, testing and launching commercial spacecraft.
Mr. Berschadsky is a regular instructor on basic and advanced patent prosecution for the Practicing Law Institute (PLI).
J.D., Rutgers University School of Law, 2000
M.S.E.E., Boston University, 1993
B.S.E.E., Boston University, 1991
State of New York, 2001; State of New Jersey, 2000; U.S. District Court of New Jersey; Eastern District of New York; Southern District of New York; Western District of Michigan; U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
American Bar Association; American Intellectual Property Law Association; New York Intellectual Property Law Association.